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Health Center Operations Resource Packet: Sample Internal Guidance for Handling Unauthorized Individuals at Health Center Locations (2021). This packet contains operational guidance developed and contributed by health centers that have recently experienced interactions with self-identified “First Amendment Auditors” and/or “Citizen Journalists”, attempting to record confrontations with center staff regarding federal funding and “public” access to a health center location. More Details...

The Board’s Role in Evaluating Collaborative Relationships (Governance Legal Brief 4) (2020). This Governance Legal Brief describes why health centers collaborate with other providers, defines common collaboration goals, and discusses potential types of collaborative relationships; examines the board’s role in evaluating collaborative relationships; highlights certain requirements applicable to health center board autonomy in the context of collaborative relationships; and highlights certain key decisions that must be approved by the board, including decisions to subaward a portion of the federal Health Center Project grant. More Details...

Protecting Health Center Board Members and Other Volunteers from Personal Liability (Governance Legal Brief 2) (2020). This Governance Legal Brief summarizes the federal law that protects volunteers of nonprofit organizations: the Federal Volunteer Protection Act. You will learn who this law protects, how it does so, and what is excluded from its coverage. You will also learn about private insurance as an additional option to limit volunteer and health center risks. More Details...

Identifying, Disclosing, and Managing Board Members’ Conflicts of Interest (Governance Legal Brief 1) (2020). This Governance Legal Brief provides general advice for board members about how to identify, disclose, and manage conflicts of interest. This document also describes steps to ensure that a conflict does not impact board decision-making, which could expose the health center to potential risks and liabilities. More Details...

CEO and Senior Executive Compensation – Legal Considerations for Health Centers (Governance Legal Brief 3) (2020). This Governance Legal Brief outlines key considerations related to CEO and senior executive compensation. More Details...

Innovating with Telepsychiatry to Improve Mental Health Care in Health Centers (2020). This webinar will present research results comparing two different approaches to providing telepyschiatry to rural health center patients with complex psychiatric disorders. Presenters will discuss clinical outcomes for both groups of patients and implementation-related issues such as credentialing and privileging telepsychiatrists/telepsychologists, EHR access for telepsychiatrists/telepsychologists, expanding scope of practice, billing, no-shows, contracting, and indemnity. More Details...

Fact Sheet: The role of medical-legal partnerships for socially vulnerable older adults. (2020). This fact sheet looks at how integrating medical and legal services for older health center patients can help mitigate overlapping health and social challenges and begin to comprehensively address problems that directly impact a patient’s health and well-being. It examines how these partnerships work, and highlights two medical-legal partnership programs for seniors in San Francisco and Boston. More Details...

Delivering Telelegal Services During COVID-19 (2020). This town hall featured teams from Los Angeles, Montana, and Alaska who have experience delivering remote medical-legal partnership services in urban, rural, and frontier settings More Details...

Advance Care Planning During COVID-19 (2020). This town hall conversation explores the legal, policy, operational, and capacity issues related to advance care planning. More Details...

PCA Enabling Services Virtual Summit Podcast Series (2020). The first-ever PCA Enabling Services Virtual Summit and podcast series is co-organized and hosted by the Health Center Association of Nebraska (HCAN) in partnership with Health Outreach Partners (HOP). The seven podcast episodes cover a variety of Enabling Services topics, with a focus towards Primary Care Associations. More Details...

Transgender Health and Medical-Legal Partnerships (2020). Transgender people have unprecedented access to medical care, but pervasive health disparities persist. Widespread discrimination in health insurance, employment, housing and education, and barriers to obtaining accurate identity documents continue to undermine the health of transgender people. Health care providers play an important role in connecting patients to needed legal services. This can be effectively accomplished through integrated services of a medical-legal partnership that specifically meets the needs of transgender patients. More Details...

Social Determinants of Health for LGBTQIA+ People Part 1 (2020). In this webinar Sean Cahill, PhD, the Director of Health Policy and Research at The Fenway Institute discusses social determinants of health for sexual and gender minorities. This session addresses current stressors and solutions to health inequities for LGBTQIA+ people, including the implications of COVID-19 for the community. More Details...

Innovative Collaboration to Improve Social Determinants of Health in Philadelphia (2020). This webinar provides attendees an overview of the Philadelphia Nursing-Legal Partnership (NLP), a collaboration between public health nurses and attorneys that remediates mothers, children, and families’ unmet social, legal, health, and education needs. More Details...

VA Medical-Legal Partnership Readiness Guide (2019). Veterans are a special population with demonstrated social and legal needs that affect their health and well-being. The VA Medical-Legal Partnership Readiness Guide, developed by the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership, provides VA medical centers with a step-by-step approach to starting and sustaining an MLP. More Details...

Socially Vulnerable Older Adults and Medical-Legal Partnership (2019). The report details three medical-legal partnership programs serving older adults and their impact on preventing homelessness, improving financial stability, and other social determinants. More Details...

School-Based Health Centers & Medical-Legal Partnerships: A Partnership for Social Equity in Child and Adolescent Health (2019). View this webinar to learn how your SBHC, through a medical-legal partnership (MLP), can provide patients with legal services for issues that directly affect their health, better organize your services and programs to address SDOH, and further increase the efficacy of health interventions. More Details...

School-Based Health and Medical-Legal Partnerships (2018). In partnership with the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership, this online factsheet describes common social and legal needs that affect the health of youth and ways that integrated legal services can help meet those needs. It also examines medical-legal partnership programs at two school-based health centers and shares stories of students benefiting from medical-legal partnership services. More Details...

Advocacy for Clinical Leaders (eLearning) (2019). This eLearning module addresses the importance of advocacy as part of a clinical leader’s core competency development. The focus will be on enhancing a clinical leader’s role in advocating,within legal limits, for the role of the community health center with appropriate external entities, and guiding clinical staff in learning about and taking an active role in community mobilization for health. More Details...

Office Hour: Advocacy for Clinical Leaders (2017). This Office Hour webinar features subject matter experts who discuss - and answer participants’ questions about - advocacy as part of a Clinical Leader’s core competency development. The focus is on enhancing the Clinical Leader’s role in advocating with appropriate external entities, and within legal limits, for the role of the community health center, as well as on guiding clinical staff in learning about and taking an active role in community mobilization for health. More Details...

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